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27th
Apr 2016
chaviw
@chaviw
Apr 27 2016 06:30
@MouliKav If you want to take off in “Auto”, you should create a mission with the first item as TakeOff item. Then you can start the mission. You should manually be taking off in auto. That’s kind of going around the purpose of auto, where you should set up the whole mission beforehand and then start the mission
Mouli
@MouliKav
Apr 27 2016 17:25
@chaviw Thank you. Although I have set the first command as "TakeOff" in my mission planner, when I change the mode to "Auto", it automatically changes back to "Guided".
Mouli
@MouliKav
Apr 27 2016 18:32
Error:Failed to find: com.o3dr.android:dronekit-android:2.7.+
Gradle sync started to fail from yesterday. Is there a new update? Does anyone know the solution for this?
chaviw
@chaviw
Apr 27 2016 18:45
@MouliKav You don't have to change to Auto mode. You should just call MissionApi. startMission()
For dronekit-android use version 2.9.0
Mouli
@MouliKav
Apr 27 2016 18:55
@chaviw Thank you :)